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Old 03-29-2008, 07:37 PM   #1
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Im a complete JACK @$$....someone please get a picture of my motor and literally SHOW ME WHERE THE DAMN PCV valve is hahaha im standing outside with a can a seafoam in my hand and can't for the love of me figure it out....
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On the top of the supercharger, under the small black plate with the 2 bolts.

Maybe that will help?

You absolutely need a pic?
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Im a complete idiot...im gonna go look now lol
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ok I found a lil black plate that says " PCV " on the top...but I thought the I heard somethin about putting the SeaFoam in a hose?? Im flippin confused
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Yes, the seafoam goes through a hose. You will have to wait for a S2 owner to answer, as I have no idea where to suck the seafoam in on a S2 L67.

You should change the PCV valve while your at it since you know where it'* at now.
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thanx for the tip


Anyone else like to shed some light on this topic?
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K-Otik,

Here is a link from when Rogue did his. I followed the exact same steps that he took and am pleased with the results.

http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...ght=holy+smoke

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I did a sea foam the other day, 3/4 can this time. I ran the hose and sea foam can Pmom kept the revs up.
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